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Aug 18, 2013 8:00am EDT
become the most used, best-selling joint rebuilding agents of all time. 13 million people are using these all over the world for safe, significant and complete relief, complete relief from all their joint problems. there's no question that supple works. >> and now you're seeing these kinds of results because there's a direct connection between the root causes of joint pain and the lack of core building blocks that your body needs to function properly. >> but it's not just joint pain. >> ok. >> it's also bone pain and muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too. all these things are linked to a common nutritional deficiency that's affecting, possibly, 77 percent of our entire population. >> so is this why you changed the original supple formula? >> it is. by just adding nutritional building blocks identified in a new medical breakthrough, we can help significantly more people end bone pain, muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too, for the entire population, all these people that are suffering from this inadequately publicized nutritional deficiency. >> now, does supple still
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Aug 22, 2013 2:05am EDT
better. >> it's an all-in-one product that you can use on every bit of your household: bathrooms, living room, dining room... >> woman: wood floor to tile floor to your baby toys... >> on your stove, you can use it in the bathroom, you can use it in the shower... >> couch, pillows, linens. >> it actually can do all the sequins and all of your delicates that you have. >> announcer: using just the power of super-hot steam, you'll clean wall to wall, floor to ceiling, and almost everything in between without using harsh chemicals. now, here to tell you more is your steam specialist, anthony sullivan. >> hi, i'm anthony sullivan and this is the x5, and it's quickly becoming one of the most popular steam cleaning systems in the world today. why? because it's easy to use, it's lightweight, it's versatile and it gets the job done. now, the x5 is five steamers in one. it's a floor steamer, it's a carpet steamer, it's a handheld steamer, it's a window, glass and mirror steamer, and it's a garment and upholstery steamer. and today we've got some exciting new attachments to share with you t
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Aug 18, 2013 9:00am EDT
you how we're going to use this. and then we're going to let judy do it herself. i'm just going to take this section, i'm going to roll it down. do you notice how i'm touching it? >> can i feel this? >> you can touch it. >> oh, wow, so this is on? >> right. and how about you, judy, how does it feel? >> i feel no heat at all. >> so watch this. >> yeah. >> here we go. when this comes up, see that lift? >> oh, look at that. [audience applauds] >> that's the lift that you get from a blow dryer and a round brush, right? and also, i'm getting some curl like i would get from a curling iron, but i don't have to worry about the crimp. >> so what about that cowlick that she has? >> yeah, she's going to take control. and here's the great thing. when she gets it in that cowlick and gets rid of it, it's going to last all day. >> oh, good. o.k., so we're going to let judy go ahead and finish up her hair because we're confident she can do it, right? >> exactly, and she has no product in her hair. she's just going to use the perfecter only. >> all right, perfect. and now we're moving over to our l
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Aug 25, 2013 8:00am EDT
frozen state to a cooked state very quickly and using the nuwave oven, you come out with a product that is safe for the consumer, great-tasting every time. you'll love it. >> joe: i'm in heaven! [laughs] >> heidi: now, lten, joe, this is every meal of the day. >> all cooked in the nuwave. >> all cooked in the nuwave, plus more. we'll start with breakfast... >> you're doing quiche, eggs and cinnamon rolls all together. >> here's at i'm doing: cinnamon rolls, exactly, right on the top, the quiche and the hard-boiled gs on the bottom. [joe chuckles] o.k.? also we've got waffles we can do, sausage, bacon, bagels... all right, let's come on down here, we'll go to lunch. >> o.k. >> my kids' favorite: fries, burgers... >> burgers. >> pizza's an all-time favorite. >> all right, shalwe move on? >> let's go to dinner, and i have a little interest in this. you know i'm not a cook pese. >> right. >> when you buy the nuwave oven, you get this: this is the nuwave oven cookbook. >> and you just said something very important. >> what's that? >> i think for a lot of people, th always say, "i can't cook.
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Aug 21, 2013 12:00pm EDT
? no, those guys are still using metascan software. if you're blocking the signals, why was aidan carrying a wi-fi card? well, not for this computer. oh, look. a perfect fit. uh, he wouldn't have been able to use it. unless he had an external antenna. a can-tenna. for 50 cents he beat your security. (boaz) oh, for god's sake. i have to check the server. excuse me. you know, it rained friday night. that can would have rust. he must have set it up saturday before the party. twenty knots. whoever left that... those people might have seen him. i was barely here five minutes on saturday. i forgot my tennis permits in my desk. right. kevin didn't stay very long. (goren) right. but-but you came in early on saturday morning, 8:30? yeah, i was catching up. yeah, robert just got back from vacation. oh. you see anybody on the roof saturday? (kevin) i didn't notice anyone out there. you, robbie? saturday? no, i didn't see anyone. not even him? aidan grant. he works over at ubicool. nope, i've never seen him. are you sure? because his desk is practically right across from you. it's there, next
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Aug 18, 2013 10:00am EDT
it happen...but it all starts with one thing - a phone call - to us - by you...call now and take advantage of our instant approval process and you will have a loan and loan amount approved within minutes. take advantage of our state of the art and exclusive instant loan approval process. call now! can you believe my car was repo'd the other day? man, i was so upset i just did not know what i was gonna do. then a friend told me about drive for 99 so i called them and they said come on down. i mean here i am, i have a repo on my credit and everything and they told me they could help me. so i went down there and they did. they gave me a really nice car for just 99 dollars down. i was able to drive it away that day. thank you drive for 99 you really saved the day. with my bad credit i couldn't get a car anywhere. i went to 10 different dealerships, then i called during the drive for 99 event, they got me a great car, with a 99 dollar down payment. thank you drive for 99. now is the time to act there has never been a better opportunity for people with severely damaged credit to drive
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Aug 10, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. >> police tell us the victim was not badly injury, but is obviously pretty shaken up. gray is now facing a number of charges including robbery, theft and assault. now to a situation we've been closely monitoring in baltimore county. businesses and residents fed up with destructive teens near the putty hill skate land. the violence usually happens at closing time on saturday nights. let's get to don champion who is live at the rink right now. >> no problems as of yet. you can see that the rink has let out for the night. i can tell you we have seen increase in the number of security guards out here, and also we've seen a number of officers patrolling the parking lot here. one thing is for sure, now that baltimore county officials have stepped in on the problems that have been happening here, neighbors are breathing a sigh of relief. >> that leads nowhere. >> cell phone video shows the weekly hassle neighbors of skate land have dealt with. droves and drefs of teens pouring out of the popular venue and too often causing problems. >> it is chaos, and we don't let them in our business because th
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Aug 22, 2013 4:30am EDT
it in the drawer-- never see a moth. you don't want to use mothballs. mothballs are poisonous to kids and pets. o.k.-- if you want to get rid of earwigs, all you have to do is take some paper towel and toilet paper holders, fill it with straw, leave it anywhere you have an earwig problem. they'll crawl in there and go to sleep at night, then you come out the next morning with a bucket, soapy bucket of water and drop them in there and that'll kill 'em off. >> page 176. if you hate earwigs-- and i do-- it's right here in the book. >> now with grains and flours, the government will allow certain insect parts and eggs to be in there. >> you're kidding. >> you can't avoid it, so they do allow it. now, in order to get rid of them, take a piece of spearmint gum, put spearmint gum in the container and believe it or not, they won't hatch, they won't come out. >> all you have to do is take a stick of gum and do that? >> that's all you've got to do. cockroaches. all you have to do to get rid of cockroaches is to use some hot sauce and water, spray any area that you're having a problem with or ta
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Aug 23, 2013 12:00pm EDT
there's this interesting crescent-shaped cut on his arm. you got a timeline on his drug use? he's a new recruit. cause of death was respiratory arrest from an overdose. his tan is even between his fingers. spray on. and he got his eyebrows waxed. i doubt he picked up metrosexual grooming tips in grand rapids. there was a party. they didn't see it. who--who didn't see it? russ. where's russ? mrs. corbett, you said "they"? sammie, bernard, they didn't see it. she's lucky to be alive. the amount of heroin in her system should have been enough to kill her. (goren) to kill her? they might have used heroin to chemically restrain them over the long weekend. while their nice townhouse sat empty. this is one of our most distinguished properties. it was designed by stanford white-- oh, my god. ohno! (eames) somebody had a busy weekend. this--this place was a masterpiece. look, they even took the light fixtures. (goren) i see. yeah, i've never seen a burglary quite like this one. i--i think they actually stole the toilet. something was up here. the venus ceiling. venus on a half shell. yeah, i
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Aug 9, 2013 5:00pm EDT
attacked by a man who tried to knit redneck -- use a red cap to strangle her. >> tonight, people are understandably on edge at johns hopkins. this is because of a recent spate of incidents targeting medical staff. officials are now stepping up security. >> officials with johns hopkins medical center acknowledge that there have been a number of robberies and an assault in the last couple of weeks in off- campus areas. they tell us now they are going to do all they can to keep residents around here safe, and employees, by beefing up security and taking other measures. there is no doubt about it, the hopkins medical campus in east baltimore is expanding by leaps and bounds. of that growth, there are now renewed concerns about safety. >> i had heard about incidents, but i have not seen or heard anything personally. weeks,he past couple of three off-campus incidents have raised concern, including a cell phone theft, a robbery, and an assault. were warneds through e-mail. >> i have never had any problem and i see security around quite a bit. i have never had any problem. >> despite the war
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Aug 20, 2013 9:00am EDT
. >> instagram with a big fat diamond ring on. they have never been happier. >> forgive us if we're not excited, the question going round the office is -- >> doesn't it affect her instagram. >> like when she posts stuff like this and this and this. >> as a married woman it will be harder to be -- >> sexy, slutty. >> a fondling look back. a fond look back. ♪ ♪ >> sad day, sad day. not for you, dusty. well done. now golf back to the golf course and work on your putts. >> we all will. >> i got ben mclemore. making money now, do you have to shop at thrift stores? >> absolutely. >> i go, i bring up a question, it's kind of weird. how long do you brush your teeth for? is there an average? >> i have white teeth. >> very good teeth. >> two minutes. >> i wish i had the patience to do that. >> how long are you supposed to brush your teeth for? >> i could do better. maybe 45 to a minute and a half. >> i tell him, i used to date a girl, when she was done brushing her teeth, she would gag on it. that's how you knew she was, like, done. he goes i do the same thing. [laughter] >> she had a clean m
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Aug 24, 2013 12:35am EDT
in dunder mifflin's future. and one of them is here with us today. michael scott, scranton branch manager. - [applauding] yes! - in these uncertain times michael has managed to maintain steady profits from the scranton branch. we all thank you, michael. [minimal applause] another bright spot in the dunder mifflin landscape our new waste-pulp re-purposing plant in milford. [applause] - hey, phyllis, are you just getting back from lunch now? - bob took me to capello's. we got a little tipsy. - okay, shouldn't be telling me that stuff and also shouldn't be taking two hour lunches without telling me. - oh, it's okay, michael doesn't really care about these things. - i care about 'em and i'm just as much of a boss as michael. what's so funny? i'm a co-manager. - that doesn't make you a boss. - it's not like you can fire people or anything. - well, who--how did you-- who told you this? - we can't say. - ryan. sorry, i'm plastered. - okay, who else has heard the rumor that i am not as much in charge as michael? - stuff gets around. i don't participate. - who here heard it from ryan? - do
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Aug 17, 2013 3:00am EDT
it happen...but it all starts with one thing - a phone call - to us - by you...call now and take advantage of our instant approval process and you will have a loan and loan amount approved within minutes. take advantage of our state of the art and exclusive instant loan approval process. call now! can you believe my car was repo'd the other day? man, i was so upset i just did not know what i was gonna do. then a friend told me about drive for 99 so i called them and they said come on down. i mean here i am, i have a repo on my credit and everything and they told me they could help me. so i went down there and they did. they gave me a really nice car for just 99 dollars down. i was able to drive it away that day. thank you drive for 99 you really saved the day. with my bad credit i couldn't get a car anywhere. i went to 10 different dealerships, then i called during the drive for 99 event, they got me a great car, with a 99 dollar down payment. thank you drive for 99. now is the time to act there has never been a better opportunity for people with severely damaged credit to drive
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Aug 18, 2013 6:00pm EDT
come back. his boyfriend, this travis kid, comes in mad and wants us to find out who austin is sleeping with. it's a familiar pattern, chief. well, gentlemen, let's see if this convenient stereotype y'all have cooked up to avoid actual police work holds up under closer scrutiny. lieutenant flynn, uh, would you please run a master inquiry on austin blair? but, uh, do it quietly. just...offline, off the radar, off the grid. like it never happened, chief. thank you. anybody know why we are looking for this austin blair? because the chief asked us to? [ telephone ringing ] o-oh, chief. chief, uh, this is, uh... my... lauren hines. i'm so pleased to meet you. i'm so glad to meet you, too. since things were slow, lauren came by to see how our division works before... i take her to lunch. oh, good. how nice. [ chuckles ] [ chuckles weakly ] so, lauren... how old are you? detective sanchez! you never ask a lady how -- oh, excuse us, lauren. [ chuckles ] we kid a lot around here. you know, always teasing each other. you know, cops. uh, detective sanchez, what can you tell me about austi
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Aug 25, 2013 6:30pm EDT
" -- physical contact. he'll then use words like "hard" and "penetrate" in the conversation... oh, my lord. this man is horrible. ...sexual charge. let's take a look at the master at work. ♪ keep it going, keep it going ♪ ♪ keep it going, keep it going ♪ ♪ keep it going, keep it going ♪ ♪ keep it going, keep it going ♪ ♪ keep it going, ke it going ♪ ♪ keep it going, keep it going ♪ fast-forward a bit more, buzz. with pleasure. he's recording all this with his cellphone, chief. let's slow it down again, buzz. woman: nice work, stud. [ moaning ] that is disgusting. a clean getaway means no one gets woken up. that's why my car... has a silent alarm. we all know my pickup was successful, but was our s.h.b. left unaware of what exactly had taken place? let's take a look. so, he slept with me, he snuck out on me, and he videotaped it all? man: yep! that's what he does. [bleep] i'm gonna [bleep] take his little [bleep] [bleep] and i'm gonna [bleep] cut it off! stop the camera! intrigue: yes! all right, buzz. i think we've seen enough of this. according to the website, slag
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Aug 17, 2013 5:00am EDT
one. you remind me of my ex girlfriend. i used to date this big strong girl. used to wear the tight shirts, the shirts that you gotta button up through the middle. got velcro on it. no, i'm just joking man. i don't want no trouble. i'm here to have a good time. we're here for a purpose. plus you're a big dude. i don't want you comin up here. you run up here if you want to i got a baloney sandwich in my pocket. i'll set it yeah you gotta make a decision. is that baloney? forget him. everybody that has some credit problems, keep your hands up. i want to get the camera. is there anyone here that don't have problems with credit? we want you to leave. you can just get on out of here. this don't make no sense. well, what kind of problems are we having? i mean, you guys can open up to me. we're here tonight to have a little fun with it. you having some problems, big man? well man, look here man, i told you my credit was broke down and my car broke down with my credit and my credit scores jack. i got liens and loans and i got child support too. that's enough. you done told me enough. listen
NBC
Aug 24, 2013 7:00am EDT
. when i used to surf growing up it was all about surfing and skating. because you surfed, you skated. and that's kind of where it started anyway. not quite like that but i figured for my kid it's going to be. >> and just 11 she's competing in two sports. and thanks to his big time sponsors, he has a closet full of clothes and equipment to show for it. but all the fame make change. >> it's a lot better just to have fun doing what i love to do. you have to not just stay running you have to keep on trying until you get it and not just give up. so you definitely have to work hard. >> who's keeping him so grounded? his family of course. and the family that surfs together, skates together too. he also goes by coach. >> only 11 years old and competed like twice a week. >> and makes sure his feet are firmly planted on the ground. >> if you start contest you can have fun and not worry about winning and stuff. >> so with children like this, dad knows too well his future is ready to soar. >> got the surfing and the skate industry willing to stand behind him because they know that he's a young i
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Aug 13, 2013 6:00am EDT
application of its stand your ground law is too vague.the law allows people to use deadly force to defend themselves. he is not asking florida to abolish that law but to take another look at it. >> the rallies and marches -our great. -- are great. when you do it from economic perspective, people take you serious. >> no analysis was done to find out how much business baltimore does with the state of florida. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> thank you. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think the baltimore city council should consider a resolution to minimize business dealings with florida as a result of the george zimmerman not-guilty verdict? you can share your response on our facebook page, on twitter, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> not a great way to start your morning. a tornado warning right now. we'll go back to tony pann. bring us up to date. >> a tornado warning remains in effect until 6:00 30 in harford county. we will take a look at how the wind is moving. you see reds and greens. the green is wind moving towards the
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Aug 8, 2013 5:00am EDT
are now out of control. kim dacey joins us live to explain. : abusinesses and residents dangerous situation. they say skate land becomes a different place at closing time. the complaints increased in early july about destruction of property. the increased controls with 25 police cars this past saturday's. the teenagers through breaks through the lease car windows. two juveniles were arrested. businesses had no comments about the closing time activities. area business owners say it needs to stop. >> as soon as they come out of there, they play around and horseplay and jump on cars. of spittingbe where in the sinks. police plan to continue those increased patrols in the area. some of the business say they will close their doors when the rink closes. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a substance found outside the office of elijah cummings wednesday is not hazardous or explosive. the congressman said he arrived at his office to find a putty like substance connected to wires outside the front doors of his baltimore office. the congressman said incidents like this are a sad reality. normal
NBC
Aug 10, 2013 3:00am EDT
lower prices than you ever thought you'd get. using limit orders not market orders. second, if you know what you own, you can handle a stock that plummets -- take facebook. it's a pretty good company. maybe you can buy it on the way down, get a better average. third, if you know that you own what you own, then who really cares about guys like the raj or any of these other guys that are nabbed by the u.s. attorney? what does it mean? if you know what you own, you are in control of your own destiny. but how do you know if you know what you own? in other words, a lot of people think they know what they own. it's not a syllogism, it's a real issue. here's my answer, it's a practical way to look at it. first, say you stop me coming out of the "squawk on the street" post 9:00 one day down on wall street and this happens five or six times every single day. let's say you shout at me and say, hey, cramer, what do you think of that xyz corp.? you know what i do? i say, hey, listen, what do you think? tell me what it does. tell me why you bought it. do you know that the vast majority of the t
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Aug 8, 2013 7:00am EDT
. savanna. >> miguel almaguer in california for us. thank you so much. changing subjects. the hunt is on for not one, not two but three winners in last night's massive powerball drawing. the jackpot growing to $448 million. nbc's katie tur is in dayton, new jersey where one of the tickets was sold. >> good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savanna. one thing is official. we did not win. but three others did. somebody here in dayton, new jersey. bought a ticket from this stop and shop. we're hoping they're going to show up and share the goods. >> big money tonight everybody. across the country, it's america's favorite jackpot game, now the winning powerball number. the number 32. >> millions lined up for their chance at that million dollar dream. >> going to be the next winner. >> it was two lucky winners from new jersey and one from minnesota who have likely just changed their tax bracket. beating the 1 in 175 million odds of holding a winning ticket. the jackpot started as a $40 million prize on june 26th and is the result of 12 draws without a big winner. at $448 million, it's
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Aug 13, 2013 7:00am EDT
thunderstorms will be with us through the middle of the afternoon. a flood watch is in effect until 3:00 this afternoon. >>> and that's your latest weather, matt. >>> thank you very much. 16-year-old hannah anderson is back in california this morning following her kidnapping ordeal and we're learning more about the shoot out that lead to her freedom. joe friar is in san diego. good morning to you. >> good morning. hannah anderson is staying out of the public eye after returning to the san diego area but her father came here to the sheriff's department to thank the many people that helped rescue her and to ask for time to grieve. >> reporter: when hannah anderson finally emerged from the idaho wilderness after a daring rescue she was confronted with devastating news that her mother and brother had been killed. investigators told her it was at the hands of the man that kidnapped her, james dimaggio. >> during the law enforcement interviews with hannah it became very clear to us that she is a victim in every sense of the word. from the time of her abduction to her recovery she was under extreme
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Aug 20, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. her. she looks to be in her 20s. were they playing back here? no, the mom said they were walking by on their way to school. aw! they carved her up like a turkey. stomach's gone. intestines are gone. i think the reproductive organs are intact, so i guess it's not a lust killing. well, maybe a window. hi, i'm detective barek. can i talk to your kids? what's your names? i'm ellesandra and he's benny. thank you for helping me this morning. where do you live? the white one. on the third floor. is one of those windows your bedroom? why do you ask her that? because they didn't see the body behind the dumpster on their way to school. i mean, you can't see the body from here. but maybe they saw it last night from the window. [speaking spanish] a man put something behind
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Aug 19, 2013 3:30am EDT
, one from oxford that show as we get older many of us stop making these bone activating proteins and that is when our bone and joint problems begin. now they have been studied for over 40 years with 20 years of clinical use but we're just bringing this medical breakthrough, new to the public, for the first time. >>cindy: i would sleep with ice packs under my knees, my shoulders, on the top and the bottom. i had to get help out of bed in the morning, help to get in the bed at night. . . . and my kids, i couldn't pick up my kids, literally could not pick them up. and they were young they didn't understand why... momma couldn't pick them up. it was debilitating to me. my work is very physical and i could barely get to work, get through the day without having to take a lot of medication. i was 41 at the time and i was seriously walking with a cane. i could not step up off of a curb. it was uh it was bad, it was bad. i mean i have been physical my whole life, and i couldn't do anything. i tried it. and it's changed my life. i tell everybody i see, it has changed my life. i work out no
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Aug 12, 2013 3:30am EDT
. he's saying trust us, we're not going to violate your constitutional rights, we're only going to dig just so far. it's unrealistic because, as you say, when lives are at stake, when security is at stake, which politician, which national leader is going to say, yeah, we have the capability of getting that information but let's not do it? >> right. that to me, chairman mccaul, raises another question, the issue of speed. the reason why the fisa court was set up, and bart, you can jump in on this as well, is if you identify a threat, you've got data to run that against to determine if there's a plot against the united states. you need a warrant and you need it fast. government's got to act fast to apprehend those people who might be responsible. introducing privacy advocates and others who might dissent in this process, is that realistic? do you think congress will vote to make that happen? >> i'm in a unique position to talk about this. i actually applied for fisa warrant as a counterterrorism prosecutor, and i think the idea of having a public defender -- you know, really, it is a sea
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Aug 22, 2013 7:00am EDT
use. it's called purpose-built and it makes all the difference in the world when it comes to performance, reliability and longevity. generac also purpose-builds its own alternators, which are designed for maximum power output and quiet performance. in fact, all of the generator subsystems, from fuel delivery, switches and electronics, are designed and built in-house. other manufacturers use off-the-shelf components and package them together. generac, on the other hand, purpose-builds generators to meet the specific demands of backup power generation. >> in 2011 we had a really bad snowstorm and we were out of power for six days and we couldn't find a hotel to go to that would accommodate the family and the dog. we lost hundreds of dollars' worth of steak and hamburgers and things like that that we had in our freezer downstairs, and once hurricane sandy hit in this area, it was very, very traumatic for everybody, but thanks to the generac 20-kilowatt generator that we have, we, you know, we barely noticed it. we have heat, we have air conditioning, we have all of it. the world
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Aug 9, 2013 6:00am EDT
we played for the colts?" i used to call him "bugs" because he had big eyes.he said, "because they still remember had a way of telling stories. gerry sandusky will be leading our coverage which we will carry live right here on channel 11. that will start at 11:00. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. police are investigating a shooting last night in east baltimore. it happened just before 9:30. somebody shot a man in the arm. detectives searched the surrounding area but have not made an arrest. investigators a warning the public about a couple of burglars who knocked on people's doors and try to rob the place. we are mad and upset, sick. >> they had planted out well. they had to know that we were old here. >> the latest case involves a couple in aberdeen on wednesday afternoon. knockedle says the men on their door asking to look at their property. housen snuck inside the and robbed the couple. authorities are asking for the public's help. this is the third case in the last six weeks. >> we do have detectives assigned to the case. from thenformation public. maybe they saw something
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Aug 12, 2013 5:00am EDT
. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think a judge should have the right to change a child's first name? you can share your response on our facebook page, on twitter, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. not bad out there with just a few abstractions -- exceptions. we are not seeing much in the way of delays. we will keep you posted if thin start to change on the inner loop. outer loop traffic looks just fine. we have some closures at york road between padonia because of road work. per hour prior to 100. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. traverse may have to worry about some fog this morning. the temperatures get close to the two-point near sunrise. 77 downtown. 69 in cockeysville. start to the day. we will be approaching highs near 90 downtown. it will feel warmer because it is so sticky out. most of your day will be dry. not the case tomorrow. >> thank you. 5:12. the houston market is taking-- the housing market is takin
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Aug 22, 2013 11:00pm EDT
not goin' there with that father. come on. no, get out of here. he'll use me to beat you to death. come on, look -- hey, maybe he'll chase us with the shovel. come on. fratello mio, e' cosi' buono -- get off me, you nut! hey, hey, hey! you got to wake up, here, little bro! look where you are, man! you're missin' it! ♪ la donna mobile, qual piu ma vento ♪ i-i've never seen him like this -- so happy. i don't like it. hi, daddy! hi, daddy! hi, daddy! hey, what did you do, feed the ducks or somethin'? you want to feed them with us tomorrow? yeah, maybe. i don't know. we'll see. yeah, yeah, daddy's very busy, you guys. he really doesn't have time for fun this trip. he has a lot of moping to do, which is quite time consuming. all right, give me a break, please. why don't you give me a break, huh?! i thought that this could be a time for all of us to be together! all right, listen, i can't do this right now, because i promised my mother we'd take a walk. t-that's true, dear. have a nice time. i'm so glad we could do this, raymond. you really seem to need it. need what? this -- just t
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Aug 19, 2013 12:00pm EDT
need you to be brave. they already are. they keep us in a house with bars on the windows. every night, enrique... the one with the scar, and mateo drive us to a different corner. you remember anything about the house or the neighbors? maybe you heard something? no. enrique always plays his music loud. (sister olivia) before i found dorothy, i remember hearing hip-hop music, uh, from outside, from a car, in spanish. uh, could you see out the windows? just these big buildings on top of the highway. i never seen that before. maybe those apartments above the cross-bronx? (goren) desiree, you look very nice today. i was wondering if you always pencil in your eyebrows. no, not until my real ones go away. they fell out. do you use a face cream? something maybe enrique gave you? he get it for us from a botanica. "crema blanqueadora." skin lightener. he can charge more for girls with lighter skin. there's mercury in this. mercury, that's why your eyebrows fell out, because of this. you see where enrique bought this? that's him! enrique, with the scars. police! put your hands behind your head.
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Aug 19, 2013 9:00am EDT
. center, had it done. we have a copy of the lab results. >> results are in. killing us, so let's get to it. in the case of mason disick, the boy who looks exactly like scott disick and nothing like this male model, drum roll, please. we go! >> scott, you are the father. >> congratulations, scott! and remember d.n.a. tests are 99.99% accurate so what do you think about that, michael? >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> .01% chance so the male model is going to have to accept this. >> the male model is not accepting it. >> and it's because they went to an independent d.n.a. lab. >> he's saying they probably shot video, paid off the lab to be on the show. >> come on, that's actually totally a fair point. any solutions? >> he says, have the judge order it, have a court monitored d.n.a. test where everyone could be there and get it from court. >> or you could do this test -- no, yes? >> that male model is lying? >> harvey, harvey, harvey! >> john stamos turned 50. >> john, so happy birthday. you do not look 50. >> john stamos is 50. >> it's ridiculous. something.d there's a deal wit
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Aug 13, 2013 3:00am EDT
know this business. and with over 50 million new and used cars sold in this country last year, well, i see big opportunity with the car cash brand, and i want a piece of it. if jonathan and andrew follow my lead, i will turn this place around and make it profitable again. >> good, right there is good. thank you. >> hello, good morning, warren. hi, this is malissa from 1-800-carcash, carcash.com. [dog yipping] >> hello? >> oh, hi! >> hey! how are you? >> hi, marcus. >> i'm marcus. >> hi, i'm andrew. >> andrew, nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. this is murphy. >> where's your brother at? >> he's right in here. oh. >> good morning. >> marcus. >> i'm marcus. >> it's a real pleasure. thank you so much. >> nice to meet you. so, i want to get a little quick tour. >> right here, we're in the buying office. >> okay. >> when we buy the vehicles, we sit the customers here. this is where we negotiate all the deals. >> where do you sit, then? right there? >> yeah, they sit here, we sit behind the desk. >> wow, okay. i like the mascot. >> yeah. >> he's awesome. how many square feet do you ha
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Aug 22, 2013 5:00pm EDT
and her cooking husband are here. they' going to make us how to show something with shrimp and risotto. but up spoke, the always outspoken brandi gnville is here. [ cheers and applause ] my name is paul ridley. to benefit cancer research i rode across the atlantic. crossing an ocean with your body as the motor, it hurts. so i brought advil to help me stay strong during the toughest journey of my life. [ male announcer ] paul ridley had a choice of pain relievers, but he chose advil. because nothing is stronger on tough pain. nothing. not tylenol. not aleve. [ paul ] when people are counting on me to come through, my answer is advil. [ male announcer ] real people. real pain. real relief. advil. relief in action. lovely read susan. may i read something? yes, please. of course. a rich, never bitter taste cup after cup. 340 grams. [ sighs ] [ male announcer ] always rich, never bitter. gevalia. glass on floors. daily chores. for the little mishaps you feel use neosporin to help you heal. it kills germs so you heal four days faster. neosporin. use with band-aid brand bandages. >> w
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Aug 23, 2013 9:00am EDT
that way about macho man! he taught us what slim-jims were. >> welcome to a slim-jim! >> oh, macho man, you're selling dried meat fixed to god now. >> what's going on, man? >> we got mystical, famous rapper. before we could say anything, he cuts us out. >> look at the phone. >> i'm kind of drove now. get a zoom. >> you know it's 2013. >> it got stolen. [bleep] >> what is does he sing? >> "shake ass." >> oh, i love that song! >> oh, jesus, what do we have a wedding? oh, my god! [laughter] >> shake that ass. what yourself! > what yourself. [laughter] >> all right, mystical, thank you,. take it easy. >> now, marijuana, it makes you forget some stuff. starring with khalifa and this guy, who missed with his wedding because he was stoned out of his freaking mind, yo! >> currently the hot sitter in new york. rapper. >> huge rapper and also huge fan of -- >> marijuana, the burning weed with its roots in hell! >> right. anyway, currency was enjoying some fine cannabis this weekend but it just happened to be the same day his good friend wiz khalifa, you know, got married. >> on his wedding,
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Aug 24, 2013 8:30am EDT
. they are the maximum, just great. but the sunlight beginning to fade now, amelio returns us to shore. i -- high in the branches howler monkeys greet us with a warm "welcome back!" ok. ok. we get it. the monkeys may rule the trees of costa rica but there's no doubt the crocodiles are king of the river. >> well, i hope you enjoyed today's show and thanks so much for joining us. i'm mariette hartley. see you next time on "wild about animals." girl: don't look at me. second girl: your hair's a bit frizzy today. aw! ha ha! you should pick that up. announcer: every day, kids witness bullying. poor you. ha ha! they want to help but don't know how. teach your kids how to be more than a bystander. visit stopbullying.gov. >> this week on "awesome adventures, we are in san diego. come with us as we travel around the globe and joint kids on incredible journeys. join me as we meet up with californians san diego. all here on "awesome adventures." in criss, and this week we are in san diego have some fun in the sun. let's look at one of southern california's most action packed cities. san diego is
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Aug 8, 2013 12:00pm EDT
sandusky and pete gilbert in tampa. that brings us to the text question of the day. text yes or no to 88509. standard text messaging rates apply. we will show you the results tonight on 11 news. alert," if you are sending your kid to college for the first time, you might be figuring out how expensive it can be. what not to buy is just as important. this college planner says it might be exciting to buy supplies, but it is better to wait for the big ticket items until your child has settled in and is exactly what they need. he says to resist the temptation to decorate and think twice about a top-tier meal plan. >> start with one of the lowest, because the average college student is not going to be eating three meals a day in a cafeteria. air just not. -- they are just not. ways, skipped out on the car, and double-click college fees, which might not actually need, like health insurance if your son or daughter is already covered under your family plan. when it comes to borrowing, the federal reserve says it is up among americans in some categories. the fed says consumer borrowing rose $14
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Aug 9, 2013 7:00am EDT
think this house -- there used to be a house right here. >> mandatory evacuation. you need to evacuate immediately. >> reporter: on thursday, more evacuations. some 2,000 people forced to flee the flames. most had little time to leave. >> it singed my heaair it was s hot. >> reporter: this wind whipped out of control inferno kept 1400 firefighters on their heels. drought like conditions here right for a fire storm. >> it is dry and receptive to fire and fire spread because we're seeing these unique weather things happening that are different than the norm. >> reporter: today as the fire fight enters day three, thousands with wait watch and wonder. they left their home as flames closed in. >> my neighbor's house burned only 200 feet away. >> reporter: their community among the hardest hit. late thursday behind the fire lines we found their home still standing sharing the good news. >> look at this picture. >> it made it? >> the house is still standing. >> reporter: there's no doubt they are some of the lucky ones. this fire is roughly 20% contained but there's concern that the
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Aug 22, 2013 12:00pm EDT
checks to cash. marked them as payments for used cars. but the vin numbers he gave for the cars are bogus. so he's skimming from his own business. (logan) from his own wife. their fiscal year ends this week. she's about to find out that the books don't add up. i'm thinking drugs. we'll keep that in mind. what else? uh, well, three months ago he donated a car to a charity--urban harvest. a 2002 lexus ls 430. that's a pretty nice car for meals-on-wheels. well, it felt hinky to me too. maybe we rethink the drug angle. maybe we take it from here. (logan) okay. let's say sabo was in hock to a loan shark. he couldn't handle the payments. so he decides to retire the debt. he might have used that car for one of those payments. find out where it really went. joe took it as a trade-in and gave it to charity. joe was a generous guy. yeah, we heard. you didn't happen to see who picked up the car? he took it himself. everything to do with that car, he did himself. everything includes what? tuneup, new tires-- only thing i did was disable the rear air bags. hey, this stormshield stuff. does that really
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Aug 22, 2013 5:00am EDT
, front, squeeze, obliques. do it again. tilt, tuck, tighten, using the three t's, obliques right here. one more time. see my abs working? it's a full body workout and it's my favorite move. >> everybody in my family now knows this one, the "get busy." this one, i love this one. >> so, you bring your arms back, and then forward. >> you crunch in and then you twist. >> and you're just moving and tilt, tuck, and tighten. your shoulders go down and your hips go up. >> and i do it kind of sexy, like i throw a little swing in there, you know... oh! [laughs]. >> you're hitting every part of your abs. >> the front, your lower abs, your middle abs, your upper abs. >> the obliques. >> it's literally a full ab workout and it's fun. >> i had like, one, two, three stomach rolls-- i could actually bunch them together like, "why won't you go away?" i did sit-ups and crunches but my stomach wouldn't go down. my first hip hop abs workout, it was so much fun. something different than me running on the treadmill. you're really burning calories and really tightening your core. when you do the move o
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Aug 10, 2013 7:00am EDT
this was coming. we hadn't heard much in the last month or so. it's possible that he started using drugs and possibly had a psychotic break or deeply depressed and has a plan. >> that was a friend of the alleged kidnapper who joined us earlier this morning. >>> president obama announced measures to monitor the controversial surveillance programs. it comes months after edward snowden announced it all. >> reporter: good morning to you. before president obama begins his vacation here in martha's vineyard, he will stop in orlando to speak with disabled veterans. edward snowden has everyone talking today. it comes after a news conference on friday announcing snowden played a role in the timing that he wants to enact new measures to enact the surveillance program. the president announced working with congress to reform the nsa program that collects telephone data mandating more transparency by the court. creating a team of private citizens including activists to review the program. chuck todd asked president obama if snowden is a leaker or a patriot. here is what he had to say. take a li
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Aug 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
? >> no, i don't believe they are. i am the half a man. just everybody get used to that. >> earlier this week ashton honored with the ultimate choice surf board at the teen choice awards. how do you think you would have handled the scrutiny that a lot of young hollywood stars do today when you were first starting out? >> if you're an old hollywood star or new hollywood star, you don't need to get absorbed. if you believe the good people say you have to believe the bad stuff and maybe you should shut off google alert. from ashton to oprah, the red carpet was buzzing this week as queen o was back on the big scene screen for the first time in over a decade. >> oprah with our steve with "the butler" posting this style sneak peek before heading for the red carpet. >> notice my braids. >> first new movie in 15 years, for rest whitaker plays the white house butler. oprah his wife. >> now everybody just -- >> i'm sorry, mr. butler. i didn't make fun of your hero. >> you're slapping, punching, smoking. >> why do you think god brought us next to each other? >> god got nothing to do with this. >> i
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Aug 12, 2013 6:30pm EDT
prisons. he's telling federal prosecutors to use discretion in certain cases. our justice correspondent pete williams has our report. >> reporter: natasha darington had no criminal record when arrested for herping her husband sell cocaine. she got mandatory sentence serving 11 years in prison away from her four children. >> i wasn't there to help them grow up. i missed their birthdays, high school congratulations, i missed the birth of my first grandchild. i missed the funerals of both of my parents. >> reporter: the attorney general today said too many americans get long prison sentences that don't fit the crime. >> -- out-sized unnecessarily large prison population, we need to ensure that incarceration is used to punish, to deter and to rehabilitate, but not merely to warehouse and to forget. >> reporter: the number of inmates in federal prisons, 219,000, is 8 time what's it was 30 years ago and 40% over capacity. nearly half of there for drug crimes and roughly one-fourth of them were low-level offenders. holder today directed federal prosecutors not to report the amount of drugs inv
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Aug 16, 2013 5:00pm EDT
twitter party. you can join me and my glam squad as we dish on red carpet fashions, you tweet us back. it starts at 8:30 p.m. eastern time. it's fun. and -- what, 6:30? 6:30. sorry. 6:30 eastern time. and use hash tag wendy red carpet and join the conversation. it's a lot of fun. [ cheers and applause ] and then on monday you'll want to tune into our show because we'll have our special red carpet fashion panel to break down the hits and the misses and what were they thinking. i know. so, you know, here on the show i like to think we all have a special place in our heart for fantasia barino. so fantasia is furious with jet magazine and she wants them to apologize to her. you see, fantasia is the latest cover girl on "jet" magazine, and that's the cover. that picture is not a recent picture. that's not the one she wanted on the cover. so she got on instagram and wrote "false" all over the cover. i know. i know. i know. with "jet", i know, household name. here's what she said. she said, this saddens me. it is clear that this picture is ten years old and "jet" magazine put it's on th
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Aug 19, 2013 5:00pm EDT
. take a look. >> how you doin'? i used to get justin bieber in his baby area. >> everyone says i look like elaine fromçó seinfeld. >> people always tell me i look like megan fox. >> they tell me i look like robert pattinson. >> some people tell me i look like flavor flav. >> how you doing? people tell me i look like prince. >> people always tell me iñ loo like lendy kravitz. >> chris hemsworth. >> people tell me i look like snooki. >> sometimes people tell me i look like martin lawrence. >> joe mangonelo, true blood or magic mike. >> hugh jackson. >> some people tell me i look like amanda bynes. >> that is celebrity look alike. the street edition. i'm excited this september, tv guide network will air a behind the scenes look at me preparing for my big trip to broadway. you know, i'm on broadway in "chicago" until august 11th and the special is going to be airing in november, tv guide. it's behind the scenes, a lot of shenanigans is going on. it's a docu-series. there, it's a docuspecial. i'm told my broadway family in "chicago" sent along a birthday message. let's take a look.
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Aug 17, 2013 6:30pm EDT
salary. >> regina here is going to tell us how well she knows her housewives. which tv housewife has not filed for bankruptcy? is it sonia morgan from new york, danielle from new jersey or brandy from beverly hills? what do you say? >> i think soniy morgan. >> all right -- >> i think sonia morgan. >> brandy from beverly hills because i would say she has her stuff together. >> well, vegas is correct because beverly hills brandi glanville has admitted because of her divorce with eddie she was left with little income or credit but she's never filed for bankruptcy. i would have guessed sonia as well. . abc's smash hit and rebel wilson superfun night cast dishing a juicy secret. >> confidence. >> then in this weekend's music pin -- meet eminem's new protege schuyler gray. >> we have a good connection. >> the outdoor portable chair from brookstone which is the lounge pack. it opens up and closes in 10ekds. it comes with two thermal coolers, 360-degree umbrella mount and a sound system that works with any smart device. let's rock it. >> oh, nice -- busting a move, dr. gadget. i see you. for
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Aug 7, 2013 6:30pm EDT
start after losing so many years of her life. nbc's john yang is in cleveland for us tonight. john? >> reporter: good evening, lester. tearing down castro's house was part of the plea bargain. he signed over the deed as part of the deal. when the house came down today it was a very emotion al event. in a little more than an hour workers tore down the home where three young women were held for 11 years. for amandaymamanda berry, miche knight and gina dejesus it may not be erased easily. knight gave out yellow balloons saying they represent missing children who never were found. she re-elised some in the sky. >> nobody was there for me when i was missing. i want people out there to know including the mothers that they can have strength. they can have hope. >> reporter: after the final wall fell, some neighbors prayed. knight spoke of her own faith saying he wants to be a messenger. >> i feel very liberated that people think of me as a hero and a role model. i would love to continue being that. >> reporter: since her rescue knight has chosen to speak publically at pivotal times. >> i'
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Aug 23, 2013 6:00pm EDT
different. [laughter] >> what an idiot. >> how dare you talk that way about macho man! he taught us what slim-jims were. >> welcome to a slim-jim! >> oh, macho man, you're selling dried meat fixed to god now. >> what's going on, man? >> we got mystical, famous rapper. before we could say anything, he cuts us out. >> look at the phone. >> i'm kind of drove now. get a zoom. >> you know it's013. >> it got stolen. [bleep] >> what is does he sing? >> "shake ass." >> oh, i love that song! >> oh, jesus, what do we have a wedding? oh, my god! [laughter] >> shake that ass. what yourself! > what yourself. [laughter] >> all right, mystical, thank you,. take it easy. >> now, marijuana, it makes you forget some stuff. starring with khalifa and this guy, who missed with his wedding because he was stoned out of his freaking mind, yo! >> currently the hot sitter in new york. rapper. >> huge rapper and also huge fan of -- >> marijuana, the burning weed with its roots in hell! >> right. anyway, currency was enjoying some fine cannabis this weekend but it just happened to be the same day his good friend wi
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Aug 17, 2013 11:00pm EDT
scared. - don't you guys get it? nobody's coming for us. - oh, someone's coming, all right. the only man who would care, michael scarn. [cheers and applause] see, i'm gonna lure him here. then i'm gonna kill everybody. then i'm gonna dig up scarn's dead wife, and i'm gonna hump her real good. [laughing evilly] i did not love the dialogue... or the character. i took the role to impress a receptionist who will remain nameless. - well, the all-star game was three days away, so naturally, it was all sold out. the only way scarn was getting in was in a uniform. just one problem with that-- scarn didn't know a hockey stick from a slim jim. so he went to meet with the famed trainer, cherokee jack. - mop the ice. - i'm not here to learn how to mop, i'm here to learn how to play hockey. - mop it. [billy joel's running on ice] - ♪ oh ♪ i get no traction 'cause i'm runnin' on ice ♪ ♪ it's taking me twice as long ♪ ♪ get a bad reaction 'cause i'm runnin' on ice ♪ - come on. come on! ♪ - ♪ you got to run, run, run, run, oh ♪ - blah! blah! ♪ you run, you run, you run, run, run, o
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Aug 24, 2013 11:00pm EDT
working in new york, so it was halfway between both of us. - that must have been a surprise, when, at the gas station, you proposed. - no, it was really-- it was really sweet. it was raining and-- - oh, yeah. you didn't say that the weather was bad. that sounds perfect. i want this to be an event that everyone talks about always and forever. - totally reasonable. - i'm just-- it's terrifying. - she's not gonna say no. - i know, but i'm still scared. i don't know why. - 'cause it's a big deal. i mean, i knew pam was gonna say yes, but i s still scared. - you were scared? - yeah. it's scary. - get this. kevin thought i was gonna sell my bowflex for $200 and i told him, "dude, this was a prop in my movie." - look, i need to talk to you. - okay, it's because we haven't sold anything. you know what? we just wait till the end of the day. people get desperate and they're gonna pay anything. - i think i need too home to colorado. my dad isn't doing so well. - oh, okay. for how long? - i don't know. - is he all right? - yeah. - you okay? - yeah, yeah, yeah. i just--you know, i just don't want
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